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The 2011 Lasers & Photonics Marketplace Seminar will be held January 24, 2011 in San Francisco, CA. Registration for the seminar is now open. Industry experts cover photovoltaics, high-brightness LEDs, optical molecular imaging, semiconductor processing, quantum cascade lasers, high-power diode lasers, and more.
[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Students of fuel cell research will have the opportunity to compete for the first Dr. Bernard S. Baker Student Award For Fuel Cell Research, to be awarded at the 2005 Fuel Cell Seminar in Palm Springs, California. The purpose of the award is to encourage and recognize exceptional students in the field of fuel cell related technologies. Dr. Baker […]
The exploitation of heat from deep geothermal sources, at depths of between 500 and 5,000 meters below the surface, has the potential to grow significantly in the immediate future. This was the message coming out of a Golder Associates seminar.
When disasters strike, emergency agencies are usually prepared for the initial need for immediate response. But how does a community reeling from the impact of a major disaster manage when its source of electrical power is gone?
January 26, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] The next Million Solar Roofs (MSR) Conference Call Seminar, scheduled for Thursday, January 29, 2004, will focus on interconnection and net metering. Chris Cook, E3 Energy, will discuss the interconnection of small solar (and other) generators with the utility grid. The times for the Seminar are 2pm EDT (3pm Atlantic, 1pm CDT, noon MDT, 11am PDT, […]
August 13, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] The American Bar Association’s Renewable Energy Resources Committee of the Section of Environment, Energy and Resources is launching a series of multi-site seminars/teleconferences, intended to be of interest to those involved in any aspect of law, policy, business or financing in the renewable energy field, which will be held in cities around the country including New […]
May 16, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] The National Ski Areas Association is sponsoring a series of seminars designed to help businesses of all kinds use Renewable Energy as part of their “Sustainable Slopes” program. The “Green Power Options” seminar series, presented by Green Power Magazine with principal presenter, Kevin Hagen of Shuksan Energy Consulting, seeks to help businesses and other organizations learn […]
June 1, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] For anyone in wind energy equipment design, compliance and regulation, or who is concerned about the business issues around wind energy, the Underwriters Laboratory (UL)is offering a seminar on wind energy technology. UL said the seminar will help attendees learn how to accelerate time to market, gain broader market access and speed installation for their wind […]
Developers and investors will learn how to check the finances of heat networks and meet new regulations at a free morning seminar at Manchester Town Hall on Friday 25 November. The seminar is being hosted by community energy specialist Switch2 Energy and The Carbon Trust, which will introduce its new cashflow quality assurance model for heat network investments. This seminar will be of interest to public sector bodies running community heating networks, particularly those interested in benefitting from the £320 million Government Heat Network Investment Program funding. Dr Tanja Groth, Decentralised Energy Manager at Carbon Trust, will show delegates how to use the cashflow quality assurance model to understand the potential risks and rewards of heat network investment and to leverage private sector investment. It has been constructed in accordance with the principles of the CIBSE Heat Networks Code of Practice and will help standardise financial modelling in the heat network industry. Simon Trevenna, UK Implementation Manager (Heat) at the new Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), will brief delegates on the latest updates to the Heat Network Regulations which stem from the EU Energy Efficiency directive. Ian Allan, Head of R&D at Switch2 Energy will explain the important role of smart metering in Heat Network design and delivery, particularly in tariff setting, and how to develop metering strategies that comply with the Heat Network Regulations. "The government has recently announced £320 million to kickstart a projected £2billlion of additional capital investment investment in heat networks", said Ian Allan. "This seminar will help developers understand how to make the most of that opportunity to deliver financially viable and compliant community and district heating schemes that can decarbonise our cities and provide affordable warmth to relieve fuel poverty." To register for the seminar contact: email@example.com, 0871 423 4242 www.switch2.co.uk/event
Winckworth Sherwood and community heat metering and billing specialist Switch2 Energy are hosting two free breakfast seminars in central London to explain latest regulations and best practice affecting community and district heat networks. The first seminar on Monday 14 March will discuss how the new CIBSE Code of Regulations is shaping the design and implementation of the heating industry and will provide an update on the implications of the new Code of Practice for retrofit and new build. The seminar will also include a short update on the Heat Network Regulations. Guest speaker Matthew Turner, Regional Director of Aecom, will speak on behalf of CIBSE alongside Ian Allan, Head of Research & Development for Switch2, and Colin Hall, Partner, Winckworth Sherwood A seminar on Tuesday 26 April will provide an update on the new Heat Network Regulations and the soon to be launched feasibility tool, which enables heat suppliers to check if metering is viable on their scheme. Guest speakers from the Department of Energy & Climate Change and the National Measurement & Regulation Office (NMRO) will join legal experts from Winckworth Sherwood and community heating experts from Switch2 to explain the operation and implications of the Heat Network (Metering & Billing) Regulations. The new UK legislation stems from the European Union’s Energy Efficiency Directive, and affects every district and community heating scheme in the country. The seminar will update delegates on the timetable for compliance and recent changes to the regulations. NMRO will also explain their approach to enforcement. This seminar is aimed at district and community heating suppliers, who will find out about the urgent steps they need to take to comply with the EU regulations and the metering and billing solutions that are available. The free events, which are supported by the Housing Forum, will take place at Winckworth Sherwood's office, close to London Bridge. To find out more contact Winckworth Sherwood on 0207 593 0296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.